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Colorful paper lanterns, mesmerizing taiko drums, and scrumptious, egg roll esque lumpia will all be on hand at the Pacific Rim Street Festival in Old Sacramento this Sunday
The festival, now in its 20th year, displays the richness and diversity of many Asian and Pacific Rim cultures. There will be music from India, Korea and China, dancers from Bali and Thailand and a wide variety of Asian and Pacific Islander arts and crafts to enjoy.
Food vendors will be on hand to tempt you with Hawaiian BBQ, Indian naan and delicious chinese favorites from festival founder Frank Fat’s restaurant.
The festival is held throughout Old Sacramento, and every street will offer another way to explore the Asian Pacific heritage.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday in Old Sacramento and in the Westfield Downtown Plaza, and it is free to all ages.
For more information go to the WEBSITE.
More events this week:
Walking Spanish concert
@ The Torch Club
West Coast Brew Fest
@ Miller Park
Boulevard Park Green Thumb Brigade
Armed Forces Day at the Aerospace Museum of California
@ McClellan Air Park